Constraint Effects in Fracture, Issue 1171

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ASTM International, 1993 - Continuum mechanics. - 507 pages
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Papers presented at the symposium on [title] held in Indianapolis, Indiana, May 1991, provide a framework for quantifying constraint effects in terms of both continuum mechanics and micro-mechanical modeling approaches. Such a framework is useful in establishing accurate predictions of the fracture
 

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Contents

Overview
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Constraint and Toughness Parameterized by Tjohn w hancock
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Effect of Stress State on the Ductile Fracture Behavior of LargeScale
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Quantitative Assessment of the Role of Crack Tip Constraint on Ductile Tearing
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Effect of Constraint on Specimen Dimensions Needed to Obtain Structurally
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Influence of Crack Depth on the Fracture Toughness of Reactor Pressure Vessel
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On the TwoParameter Characterization of ElasticPlastic CrackFront Fields
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LowerBound Initiation Toughness with a ModifiedCharpy Specimen
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Energy Dissipation Rate and Crack Opening Angle Analyses of Fully Plastic
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An Experimental Study to Determine the Limits of CTOD Controlled Crack
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Specimen Size Effects on JR Curves for RPV Steelsallen l hiser jr
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Effects of Crack Depth and Mode of Loading on the JR Curve Behavior of a High
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